Nietzsche 's Morals

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In 1887, philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche had written a collection of essays entitled The Genealogy of Morals. Nietzsche ideas was an inscribed assessment based upon ethical principles. Nietzsche analyzes the connections and significance of the contrasting moral concepts in a distinctive section where he elaborates on the “good and the bad” as well as the “good and evil”, by expressing his thoughts on slave morality that was created by the Jews.
In the beginning, Nietzsche states that the priest is worthless and that they learn to hate. The priest hatred is powerful that it causes them to be destructive and it is known throughout history. Nietzsche compares the Jews to the priest caste who were the most hated in human history. The Jews somehow managed to reverse the moral assessments associating themselves as good but, the powerful nobles will be known as “evil” and damned for eternity. However, Nietzsche said, “It was the Jews who started the slave revolt in morals” (445)
In the following section, Nietzsche explains that the reassessment of values effected by the Jews was occurring and that they were not noticeable. One of their achievements was the development of the religious teachings Christianity. He states that the Christian love violated the Jewish hatred and that the representation of Jesus and his crucifixion was the persuasion of the moral code. The embodiment and crucifixion of Jesus showed that annulment of the moral code, was once “good” became “evil” and what
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